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Hurrying home from work one evening, I slipped on the porch of...
Hurrying home from work one evening, I slipped on the porch of my home and hit my head on a large concrete flowerpot. A business associate found me unconscious some hours later. He phoned a Christian Science practitioner, who arranged to have me taken by ambulance to a hospital, in compliance with a California law stating that anyone with a head injury must be moved by professionals and be examined by a physician.
At the hospital three doctors stated that my injury was severe, and that tests would have to be made to determine the extent of the brain damage. The practitioner was praying to know that God is All, and that as a spiritual idea of God, I was safe in His allness. She was knowing that evil is a lie and that I had not for an instant been touched by a false belief called accident nor could I ever be.
Pearl Strachan Hurd
"Green isles of refreshment"
"Ginger ale, please"
FLORENCE ROLLINS STEEN
Trust in God's Guidance
NANCY DANFORTH THOMAS
No Double Standards in Truth
RUTH T. KNIGHT
EDITH P. SWANSON
NO TROUBLED HEART
Edna M. E. Smart
You Cannot Be Deprived
William Milford Correll
The Potions of Truth
Alan A. Aylwin
Words are inadequate to express my gratitude for Christian Science
Mary E. Quinn with contributions from Walter Quinn, Dale W. Ferguson, Janice Elizabeth Ferguson
For nearly half a century the Christ, Truth, understood through...
Bessie Kushler with contributions from Clarence A. Kushler
The most wonderful gift I have ever received is that of class...
Kathryn McCormick Baker
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 418 - Overcoming Fear of the Night
with contributions from Robert Mckinnon, Michael Thorneloe
Signs of the Times
Lawrence W. Althouse